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This TV is using a power supply MLT168A that has defective capacitors. Replacing the capacitors might fix it, but in some cases the failure is more then capacitors.
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I own a One-for-All universal remote (model URC-4220) which is compatible with " ilo" TVs. I bought it at Walmart , but it is sold at other department stores, too. The One-for-All company also has a website, which offers their products for sale.
This happens with some manufactures. Thankfully some codes will work with other TV's. This is the "Code Search" starts. Your remote has a way to try other codes to see if they will work.
If all else fails it appears Sony has a support hot-line available at 1-800-822-2217 that maybe able to help you find the code. Just make sure you cover all the troubleshooting steps you've already done.
I having the same problem. Called the company $80 for a new remote. I only paid $300 for the TV. The company said they have not given out the code for the television. What a CROC! Like the TV, but probably won't buy another.